A pedestrian was killed on I-95 south at exit 5 in Greenwich Tuesday morning, according to Connecticut State Police, who are investigating the incident.
Initially, the highway was closed to southbound traffic, with traffic diverted off exit 6 and re-routed to exit 5 for more over an hour. Around 12:30, one southbound lane was re-opened. By Tuesday afternoon all lanes on I95 were re-opened.
According to a statement from Troop G in Bridgeport, some time in the early morning hours, a pedestrian was struck by an unknown vehicle, possibly a large truck.
“The male pedestrian had no identification, and this investigation will remain open,” the statement said.
The incident is not in the jurisdiction of Greenwich Police, but rather that of State Police.
A State Police Facebook post from Troop G in Bridgeport says that anyone who thinks they may any information about the crash or victim ID is asked to please call Trooper Ehret or Troop G at (203) 696-2500 and reference case number 1700-219159. All calls will remain confidential.